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The Bioblocks by Dr Ruth Callaway, winner of “Research as Art 2017”, illustrates how children and researchers have been exploring ways in which the tidal lagoon proposed for Swansea Bay could become a new habitat for marine creatures. A University workshop saw 200 children used cubes of clay to sculpt ecologically attractive habitats for sea creatures. The workshop is also one of the ways in which Swansea University researchers on SEACAMS project have been working with Tidal Lagoon Swansea Bay Plc, to enhance the ecological value of the world’s first tidal lagoon.



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